Developer Reveals New Rendering of 3-tower Plan on Miami River
Hyatt and Gencom submitted new renderings and received approval from the Miami River Commission on June 6th to build Miami Riverbridge. The new renderings show a 67% increase in open space, which was likely a factor in the commission's unanimous approval. Although approval was granted from the Miami River Commission, the project will still need approval from Miami's commission who must authorize a voter referendum to allow a lease restructuring for the publicly-owned land.
Redevelopment of the Hyatt Regency in Miami will include the 3-tower complex comprised of 1,806 apartments (264 will be serviced), 615 hotel rooms, 190,000 sq ft of meeting space, 20,000 sq ft of co-working space, and 1,100 parking spots. The towers will be connected at the top by a sky bridge featuring an upscale restaurant and lounge.